Resign now, go home and rest, Fani-Kayode tells Buhari
Despite the beaming smiles and life shown by President Muhammadu Buhari when he received seven Nigerian governors Wednesday night in London, where he has been recuperating since 8 May former minister of Aviation and a People’s Democratic Part chieftain, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has asked the President to ‘resign, go home and rest.’
Fani-Kayode in a series of tweet said is an act of cruelty to expect President Buhari to lead a nation of 180 million, given his frail health.
He wrote: “The president/presidency is not meant to be a tourist attraction, a museum of old fossils or a mausoleum of decaying bodies to be viewed by curious dignitaries in a distant foreign land. “It is an act of cruelty to expect this poor man to lead a nation of 180 million. Let him resign, go home and rest!”
Reacting to the comments attributed to the presidential media aide, to the effect that nobody forced Nigerians to vote for Buhari, Fani-Kayode said he was suffering from the ”Villa Curse.” Adesina had in an interview with Channels Television suggested that those who are complaining about President Buhari’s absence from office were not forced to vote for him. “Stop complaining about Buhari, nobody forced you to vote for him,”